Herman Hollerith


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Noun1.Herman Hollerith - United States inventor who invented a system for recording alphanumeric information on punched cards (1860-1929)Herman Hollerith - United States inventor who invented a system for recording alphanumeric information on punched cards (1860-1929)
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The punch card created a paper record for information in an electromechanical system that had been updated and tailored for financial operations by the inventor Herman Hollerith in 1888.
1889: Dr Herman Hollerith of New York patented an electrically operated computer to process data.
More recently, in 1890, Herman Hollerith and James Powers invented the punch card, a computing technology that may be familiar to older readers.
Nos Estados Unidos, no final do seculo XIX, o estatistico norte-americano Herman Hollerith idealizou uma solucao eficiente para o censo demografico de 1890.
Herman Hollerith IV, a member of the Saint Paul's College board and bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Southern Virginia.
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Think about a punch card as used by one of Herman Hollerith's original tabulators installed for the 1890 census.
(2) 1890 el estadounidense Herman Hollerith inventa la <<maquina tabuladora>> para realizar un censo poblacional: esto sentaria las bases para el funcionamiento de las computadoras.
1889: Dr Herman Hollerith of New York patented an electrically-operated computer to process data.
As described in a Wikipedia online encyclopedia article, Herman Hollerith founded the Tabulating Machine Co.
This gave an American engineer, Herman Hollerith, the idea to automate calculation using punch cards; these in turn were used to control ENIAC, the first electronic computer.